Favorite Creative Links of the Week (9, 2011)

Every week we share top-notch quality content for the creative people following our Twitter feed. To keep up with this great content, you can either follow us on Twitter or you can catch up with our weekly round-ups like this one at pixeltango.com! Here is the links of the week that we found the most appealing for creative people like you. Enjoy!

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  • 220+ Photoshop Floral Shapes

  • Stitched Denim Blue Jeans Icons Natural Wonders

  • Free Single-Page Scrolling HTML5 Portfolio Template

  • Create a Download Folder Icon in Photoshop

  • How to Make Tables With Rounded Corners in InDesign

  • Sans-Serif in Web Design

    You’re all like: “Helvetica is the most awesome so I want that first, then Arial for PC’s since hey it’s pretty close, then fall back to whatever McSansSerif for crazyputers with like zero normal fonts installed.”
    Turns out this is way better…

  • Animated fullscreen background image slideshow

    With the help of some small HTML, nifty CSS and loads of jQuery, we’re able to create an animated fullscreen background image slideshow. Read the rest of this article to learn how it’s built.

  • Nature-Friendly Art for Tree-Huggers

    Digital art can be anything from science fiction to the more nature inspired pieces. Here you’ll find some inspiring versions in the last category. If you’re an eco-friendly tree-hugger or just someone who knows how to appreciate digital art, this is for you. Maybe this can inspire you to be a bit more friendly towards the environment or create your own stunning pieces. Some of these are made to create awareness, others just simply to help us remember what we have and enjoy the beauty of it.

  • 30 Mind-boggling Shots in the Desert

    Take a look at this another beauty formed by nature… 30 Mind-boggling Shots in the Desert. These photos are taken from different deserts on earth. Hope that this will serve as an inspiration in your next photography project. You may share your opinions and thoughts by leaving a comment below if you found this article very helpful.

  • Legal Guidelines for Freelance Web Designers

    No matter what your practice, be it web design to freelance writing, there is generally some form of legal contract you’ll need to create with your clients. Networking comes with the freelance territory, and within that is contracts and due dates for project completion. Below we’ll be considering some great tips for legal actions and pursuing your own career further in freelancing.

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Mickel is a web creative that is constantly looking for new challenges and ventures.

He is the founder of PixelTango, as well as a interactive web design agency. He also likes to DJ and produce music under the name Allic.

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